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Our Favorite #EdibleArt Instagram Accounts

Whether you’re hoping to impress a few highbrow dinner party guests, achieve supermom status, or simply escape from a ho-hum day with a bit of gastro daydreaming, these next-level Instagram accounts are worth a peek (or, you know, a shameless six-minute stare). Scroll on for the brilliant ’grams we've been drooling over lately at the Martha Stewart headquarters.

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@nectarandstone

A "dessert designer" and the owner of Nectar and Stone, a cakery out of Melbourne, Australia, Caroline Khoo's pastel pastries delight with sophisticated flashes of (edible!) gold and a contemporary, home-spun flair. Intrigued? You can shop for the breathtaking desserts online, but be warned -- they tend to sell out quickly.

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@baristart

Craving a Harry Potter latte? How about a David Bowie beverage? Then you're in luck. Planet Earth is blue, and there's nothing Michael Breach can't brew. The king of coffee surely employs a Potter-esque sorcery to bring his astounding coffee portraitures to life.

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@petercallahan

One of the most reputable caterers in the country, Peter Callahan's firm and experimental culinary design studio push the limits of the classic party appetizer. A ubiquitous trendsetter, Callahan is credited with first broadcasting the idea of miniature comfort foods. PS: These darling doughnuts made their debut in Martha Stewart Weddings.

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@brockdavis

A multi-talented, multi-platform artist based in Minneapolis, Brock Davis doesn't always Instagram food, specifically. But when he does, it goes a little something like ... this.

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@howaboutcookie

Blueberry raindrops. Monster green juice. Tortilla ghosts. Oatmeal odometers. Selena Kohng aims to brighten her children's lunch boxes by leveling nutrition with joy, and that joy is more than contagious -- it's downright inspiring.

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@julieskitchen

Julie Lee's stunning food collages began as a simple, cheeky way to display her farmers’ market finds. It's safe to say the images have since evolved into genuine fine-art masterpieces. In fact, you can now purchase the photographs on her website. These captivating cross-sections will inspire you to shop locally -- and try out some new produce, too.

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@rbicakes

Follow for an exhilarating behind-the-scenes look at the pastry master's latest creations, including his astonishingly lifelike gum paste flowers and over-the-top wedding cakes.

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@rachelryle

Though her impressive stop-motion videos don't technically contain real food, they still look good enough to eat.

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@jennaraecakes

For a crash course in exquisite photo styling, look to sister-owned Winnipeg bakery Jenna Rae Cakes. We wouldn't mind sampling a few of JRC's featured flavors, either: white-chocolate-covered root beer sandwich cookies, salted dark chocolate espresso macarons, Nutella peanut butter chocolate gems, and more.

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Photography by: Beadinggem

@idafrosk

Vermeer. On toast. 'Nuff said.

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@redhongyi

Vegetables are the medium of choice for Malaysian artist-architect Hong Yi, who goes by the name "Red." This collage-style portrait of celebrity chef Jamie Oliver is but one example of her visionary food art, which has previously included -- believe it or not -- an edible retelling of the classic "Three Little Pigs" story using burnt bread to represent the wolf and kidney beans for the pigs. Frankly, we're just glad she didn't use bacon.

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@vickieeyo

Matchsticks have never been more lovable. These ones are the sweet brainchildren of Vickie Liu, an amateur baker with a knack for all things twee and tasty. Follow for conversing cookies, pint-sized donuts, and a look through Liu's rose-colored glasses.

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